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Community Food Mapping Consultations - First Report

Dear Community Food Mapping participants (and those who weren’t there but have expressed interest in the topic),

I would like to thank everybody for attending the first community consultation today at Central City Library (Surrey) last Saturday, April 12. 496 more words

Community Engagement

The meaning of a CCUA potluck from a first-timers perspective

I sheepishly attended CCUA’s potluck last Friday because I hadn’t prepared a dish. I know. I shouldn’t admit that on their blog. But, my excuse is a good one. 244 more words

SAVE THE DATE: AUA Spring Gathering Wednesday, May 14!

Mark Wednesday, May 14 in your calendars, everybody!  AUA will be hosting its next Quarterly Gathering at the Arturo Velasquez Institute from 6 to 9PM, and it is shaping up to be a good one. 178 more words

The Future Belongs to Crickets and Algae: Urban Algae Farms Edition

As part of the ‘Future Food District Project’, developed by Carlo Ratti Associati at Expo Milano 2015, the façades and canopy proposed for the pavilion utilize new systems of micro-algae, designed by Cesare Griffa and Ecologicstudio.

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Eat (and Produce) Good Food: 13 April 2014

Great news: the tomatoes are starting to show! In other nightshade news… buds are forming on the “Jalapeño M” and “Garden Salsa” pepper plants.

Flowering tomatoes… 171 more words

Have Fun!

Garden Greenhorns: Some classrooms have garden beds instead of walls

an update from Garden Greenhorn and AmeriCorps VISTA Kelsey Grant

“Life already has so many boundaries and pressures – why add more in the garden?” 424 more words

Bike a Bee

So last week, I get to attend a wonderful lecture called “Bees, Bees, Bees” by Jana Kinsman of Bike a Bee. The circumstances of the lecture were also fairly neat. 626 more words